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Reviewed 11 July 2017

Casa de la Noche rightfully deserves the #1 rating on Trip Advisor!! The hotel is absolutely stunning, in a lovingly restored building with lots of character. There is original art in every space and the outdoor gardens are gorgeous with fountains and flowers. It is truly an oasis to come home to every day in San Miguel. The location is very convenient, located on a safe quiet street, only minutes from the Jardin and all of the action.

The accommodations are absolutely lovely, with each room full of art and very well decorated. The bed was very comfortable, the bathroom impeccably clean and we could not have felt more at home.

The service at the hotel is exemplified by the truly memorable breakfast to start each day. Everything is homemade from scratch and there were two delicious main course options each day, plus coffee, juice, fresh cut fruit, yogurt and granola. The homemade hot sauces and salsa verde were absolutely delicious. The main course options always included a traditional Mexican option (i.e. Chilaquiles) and a more American option (i.e. French toast), which allowed for everyone in our group to have a delicious breakfast.

However, what truly separates Casa de la Noche from other hotels, is Barbara and her incredible team. Barbara is a fantastic host and goes above and beyond to make sure that every guest feels truly special and is well taken care of. Her recommendations of activities (Charco del Ingenio and Canada de la Virgen) were on point and she made every effort to ensure that we loved San Miguel de Allende. Everyone at the hotel is so friendly and always willing to go the extra mile to ensure that each and every guest is taken care of. We loved every minute at Casa de la Noche, will recommend it to everyone we know and cannot wait to come back for a return visit!!

  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled with family
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MadamTurca, Owner at Casa de la Noche, responded to this reviewResponded 13 July 2017

Thank you, thank you, thank you! We love it when our guests love our home and San Miguel too. Please come back soon! Saludos, Barbara

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Reviewed 7 July 2017 via mobile

What a wonderful surprise this charming place was. The staff went above and beyond their duty to assist us in finding a cooking class and offering to make any arrangements that we could've needed during our stay. A special thanks to the owner, Barbara, for her joie de vivre it was contagious.

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Stayed: July 2017, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 23 June 2017

This was the perfect place to relax and unwind! It delivered beyond what was expected! All the comfort and old-world charm befitting for a visit to San Miguel de Allende, and the staff was superb! Breakfast delicious! I will definitely return!

Room Tip: I stayed in the terrazzo room with my husband and 13 year old son. it was roomy with all the creature comforts. It was also quiet with a beautiful view of the beautifully manicured inner courtyard!
Stayed: June 2017, travelled with family
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MadamTurca, Owner at Casa de la Noche, responded to this reviewResponded 24 June 2017

Thanks for unwinding here! Our wonderful staff loves to take care of our guests. We hope to see you soon again!

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Reviewed 23 June 2017

We chose Casa de la Noche after searching for small, boutique hotels in San Miguel de Allende. In part due to location, but also the description and photos. We wanted a smaller place with a local feel and they did not disappoint! They were all super friendly and accommodating from assisting with taxis, restaurant reservations and other cultural things to do that we would not otherwise have know about. Barbara, the owner, was fantastic in the cultural piece. The hotel is quaint with a great deal of art there. The rooms were unique with a few accessible rooftop balconies.The kitchen staff was friendly and quite flexible with our early schedule as we were there taking Spanish classes at a nearby school and had to leave before their normally scheduled breakfast times. We would stay there again in an instant!!

Room Tip: Choose a room that is toward the back of the property. Streetside can be a bit noisy.
Stayed: June 2017, travelled with family
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MadamTurca, Owner at Casa de la Noche, responded to this reviewResponded 24 June 2017

Thank you for your review! Our staff takes pride in assisting guests to have the perfect getaway. Thank you for being the best part of Casa de la Noche...We cherish our guests!

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Reviewed 10 June 2017

This place really made our stay in San Miguel de Allende.

Location & Feel
I came here with my mother; we stayed one week, and it was great to have a place to return to and relax after wandering around the city. The hotel is located about five minutes walking-speed from El Jardin, which is basically the center of activity in San Miguel. We could walk back and forth several times and not feel tired at all. We really enjoyed being able to rest a little after our early afternoon/morning activities, then head out again at night. The location is very safe; we felt comfortable and secure walking around the area even at night (think around midnight). If you get hungry after the restaurants close, there is an excellent square about one block away following Insurgentes with a fair amount of CHEAP options, as well as excellent homemade ice cream. A little further down the same street (walking parallel to El Jardin on Insurgentes), there is another excellent taco cart that pops up around night that serves great, cheap Al Pastor tacos. Other dining options are abundant, these are just a few options nearby for late-night arrivals and night owls. Again, felt very safe walking all around here.
The hotel is far enough away from El Jardin so that, if you’re trying to sleep early, the noise does not reach the hotel (Note: We stayed here during a relatively quiet time, no huge festivals, so this is primarily just mariachi music and general noise that doesn’t reach the hotel. However, I am confident that it is just far enough away that even louder celebrations wouldn’t be a bother. ). We stayed in the Hummingbird room and were not disturbed by any noise in the mornings or nights.

Accommodations
As stated before, we stayed in the Hummingbird room. We requested two twin beds, and received just that. The mattresses and sheets were comfortable. There was a nightstand with a little lamp on top of it, which was great to use at night. We also really appreciated the ceiling fan at night. The room also has a nice little closet, a dresser, and a nice table under the window. A rug was on the floor between the beds and table, matching the room’s pleasant décor. A chair in the room had a comfy leather seat and stood on what looks like an upside-down wooden basket (this is just the pattern; it is a well-constructed chair). It matched the room perfectly. Outside our room was another mini courtyard, with grass (one of the only places with grass like home) and a little stone pathway towards the front area. My mother and I liked to sit in the two chairs beneath our window and read in the great weather here.
The bathroom was small, but had all the amenities of home. We had good water pressure and temperature. We also really liked the soap provided. The first few nights I took hotter showers, but due to the weather, I took advantage of a nice cool-down before sleeping the last few nights. Neither me nor my mother experienced any problems with the plumbing, and really appreciated that YOU CAN DRINK THE WATER straight from the tap here! It made filling water bottles very convenient. The housekeeping came every day to tidy up our bathroom, cleaning the copper sink and toilet.
At night, we would hang out in the common area, which we also loved the common area. It is filled with a variety of books, a television, couch, and a kitchen complete with a fridge, stove, and microwave. We used the latter for leftovers if we got hungry late at night. We also had access to tea at all times, and unlimited coffee in the mornings.

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The breakfasts were amazing! Every morning began relaxed, with my mother and I meandering out of our room up to the beautiful courtyard for coffee. We would sit at one of the garden chairs and tables, surrounded by singing, cooing birds and greenery, as well as hearing the gentle humming of water in the fountain sitting in the middle of the courtyard. The kitchen staff, headed by Jovita, would notice us pretty much immediately and come out to greet us with beautifully arranged and perfectly ripe fruit. (Note: We were one of very few guests here on our visit, but I am confident that we would have received the same service with other people. The staff were always extremely attentive.) If we came out a little late (which we almost always did, still on CA time!), the staff would be sure to still have milk (cold and warm), for our coffee or cereal. We also got great yogurt (less thick than the kind we eat in the US), and homemade toasted granola! Little glasses of juice were also served at this time. Next came the hot dishes. We had options of egg every morning, “revuelto” (scrambled!) or “duro” (hard boiled), as well as excellently-seasoned omelets and other hot options (chilequiles, and a pastry type thing with cream cheese and blueberries). Served with the eggs or omelette or whatever we had that day, were some yummy beans and tortilla chips.
One morning, I felt sick, and as soon as Jovita found out, she made me a pitcher of some herbal tea that made me feel much better. I felt so taken care of! The kitchen staff always made sure we liked everything, asked if we wanted anything different, what we preferred, etc. Nothing felt stingy at all. We loved the breakfasts and relaxed atmosphere here in the morning!

Staff
Barbara, the owner, made sure to greet us and make sure everything was up to our standards. She ensured we had face-time with her to voice any questions or concerns. The concierges were also very willing to help in any way they can, going above and beyond for requests. We especially wanted to try this indigenous drink, pulque, and Ricardo managed to find it for us through the friend of a friend of a relative (something like that). Even local bartenders couldn’t find it for us, but Ricardo did!
Each of the concierges knew our names and were completely willing to have engaging conversations and get to know us. They were always making sure we had fun in the city. They also introduced us to reliable taxi drivers and places to go when we didn’t know what to do. They recommended the Botanical Garden, which was awesome, as well as the hot springs, which we will go to next time we visit.
The housekeeping and cooking staff were also excellent! We got to know everyone (even though I speak very little Spanish). They were always willing to talk and listen, even if a language barrier was present. All of the concierges speak English fluently, and the others know working English and were very accommodating. We got a tour of the entire hotel (Note: again, we were one of the only guests there at this time so we think the staff could devote more time to us specifically), showing us the rooftops and art studio, and other specific charms of the hotel. Handmade pillows and bedspreads show the place’s unique and authentic charm.
We enjoyed how the hotel had some room to wander around the grounds. There’s also a ballroom with yoga some mornings. A nice little detail is how there are bathrooms throughout the grounds, not just in rooms.
At the end of our stay, I thought I lost a necklace. The staff all showed concern and asked me to email them if I found it or remembered where it might have been left in the hotel. I found it later at the airport in my mother’s carry-on. I emailed the staff and got immediate relieved, caring responses.
We were both extremely satisfied with the quality of the staff—they really made us feel like family!

Overall, my mother and I loved this hotel, with its caring staff and relaxing environment, and we look forward to our next visit here!

  • Stayed: June 2017, travelled with family
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MadamTurca, Owner at Casa de la Noche, responded to this reviewResponded 11 June 2017

Well what can I say! Thank you for your very generous and complete review of your stay with us!
We loved having you here too!, and look forward to another time, soon I hope! As you know, the area where you stayed, Besitos Garden, is perfect for family groups!

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